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2 November 2017
For pharmacists who have just become owners for the first time, one of the critical changes that happens is the transitioning from employee to employer. It is not a quick and certainly not an easy change, but it is one…
28 October 2017
As Pharmacy Assistants there are numerous ways we can benefit from reviewing the Training Package and unit of competencies when developing our professional development plan.
26 October 2017
This week we ran a free business management workshop and webinar at the Pharmacy Guild WA Branch. The aim of the workshop was to get owners thinking about their own management style and ensuring they take the right approach to…
6 October 2017
The bottom line is that everyone in your local area will need a pharmacy at some point, so how can you best connect with every person? If we don’t look into finding out more about our community, then someone else will.
19 September 2017
Top five tips for creating your dream pharmacy team
17 July 2017
Join us for Part Two of the McDonalds Pharmacy transition from a product supply based model to a model where the pharmacy staff supply professional health services that deliver improved community health care, and learn how they overcame obstacles in…
10 July 2017
Old habits die hard, and this can be especially true of community pharmacy when transitioning the way they do business. But when those old habits are replaced by new habits, the results can see marked benefits for the pharmacy’s customers…
26 June 2017
Just wanting to transform a community pharmacy into the professional services model of the future may not be enough to achieve success.This is the view of NSW pharmacist Adam Walsh who has been through the process and found that the…
23 May 2017
The Guild's National ICT Manager and Chief Economist discuss how any organisation can implement a robust data governance framework that will assist in achieving its purpose while maximising the use of data as an asset.
12 April 2017
The push for greater diversity in leadership positions in pharmacy is critical, but it must not become bogged down in the concept of diversity simply addressing gender issues.